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I'm looking for a way to make my existing headphones wireless. I connect my headphones to an Ear Force DSS2 Surround Sound processor with a long cable. I would like a way to keep this setup, but use an adapter get rid of the cable. A rechargeable adapter would be nice, I don't want to constantly buy new batteries. And I don't want something that will have big problems with interference, no static or sound problems. Is there something out there that will meet my needs?
 

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 http://www.aerielle.com/?cmd=sku00021


This is the only product on the market that I'm aware of that does anything like what you want. It has its own DSP inside so you may or may not be losing out on that based on how it compares with yours. There are plenty of homemade or DIY instructions out there. It is really a shame that no company out there makes a simple high quality wireless transmitter/receiver combo with normal inputs/outputs such as RCA, SPDIF, 3.5mm, etc.
 

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Originally Posted by PCMusicGuy  /t/1472572/wireless-headphone-adapter#post_23312083

http://www.aerielle.com/?cmd=sku00021


This is the only product on the market that I'm aware of that does anything like what you want. It has its own DSP inside so you may or may not be losing out on that based on how it compares with yours. There are plenty of homemade or DIY instructions out there. It is really a shame that no company out there makes a simple high quality wireless transmitter/receiver combo with normal inputs/outputs such as RCA, SPDIF, 3.5mm, etc.

Yeah, i was kind of surprised that I couldn't find devices like that, I thought they would be common.
 
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